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The Best Excerpts from UofL’s Response to the NCAA Notice of Allegations

Eric Crawford | WDRB

Eric Crawford | WDRB

As you’ve probably heard, Louisville’s response to the NCAA Notice of Allegations was made public earlier today.  Between the university’s response and Rick Pitino’s individual response, there’s 135 pages of paper.  As funny as this story is for Kentucky fans, pouring through 135 pages of legalese is a nightmare.  Thankfully, the fine reporters at WDRB were prepared to do the work.

Jason Riley’s Twitter timeline transformed into a piece of art, revealing information that would normally be characterized as “unbelievable” until you remember it’s the University of Louisville.  I present to you the best excerpts from the voluminous paperwork.

How players and recruits responded to the “shows”

Not all UofL players were against the strip-shows.

How did they get into the dorm?

These few lines reporting on the security guard get their own paragraph:

“Another security guard drank alcohol and made unwanted sexual advances toward a female guest”

“strongly suggests that a security guard who worked at Minardi may have been willing to overlook strippers”

Another report describes “unwanted sexual advance in the middle of the night by the security guard on duty on a female guest.”

I’ll end with this:

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Article written by Nick Roush

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1 Comment for The Best Excerpts from UofL’s Response to the NCAA Notice of Allegations



  1. ukjaybrat
    8:08 am January 26, 2017 Permalink

    i can’t tell if louisville fighting this is sad for them or frightening that they might actually win some sort of appeal.